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Compatible Products & Services / Re: HCL
« on: August 17, 2008, 03:33:58 pm »
I love it how people "wait" ... nevermind the information that's in the HWDB, will be .. guess what? WHAT'S ALREADY IN THE WIKI!



Yes, the hardware supported is limited, much moreso than what Linux currently supports... but unless you are willing to help do your own leg-work on supporting more devices, _BUY WHAT'S LISTED IN THE WIKI!_

is that too hard a concept for all of you?! REALLY?!


Thanks for the nice words,

Checking the Creative web site you soon find that at least one of the sound cards referred to in the wiki isn't supported any more. It is not very good to recommend unsupported hardware for a system you want to be used by many. By your attitude you probably don't.

It seems like you need to find a place to live out your aggressions. Perhaps a boxing gym will lighten you up a little.

Compatible Products & Services / Re: HCL
« on: August 17, 2008, 01:10:07 am »
Thank you for the reply!

I've been looking at the wiki but found that there are quite few components compatible to LMCE. For one only three sound cards are mentioned there and all thre are Creative cards and only one is really good. However you can't find it on Creative's web site.

Really looking forward to see your database. Hope all that have information on compatilble hardware share their information.

Compatible Products & Services / HCL
« on: August 12, 2008, 08:53:15 pm »
Hi all,

Can I find a hardware compability list anywhere? I've looked after one but haven't found anything yet.

All help kindly accepted.

Hi all,

I'm quite new to Linux but wanted to try out the LinuxMCE system as it looked quite fantastic in the instruction video. I also checked an old one that was really cool.

Just to try it out i installed it on a virtual machine on a VMware workstation desktop computer. The installation went well. I didn't have much hardware to install but the installation program seemed to install what was necessary.

After installation was done and I restarted the virtual computer all seemed to start fine. I even got to see the GUI. However the startup continues and the gui dissapear. I get stuck with a command window where I need to login on the dcerouter. I'm able to login with my linuxmce account but what do I do next?

How do I get the gui to start? Can I make it to start by default and don't close after a short while?

I'm desperate for help. Please someone help me.

Installation issues / SCALEO EVi 2565
« on: July 06, 2008, 07:04:36 pm »

Has anyone tried to install Linux MCE on a Fujitsu-Siemens SCALEO EVi 2565. I'm planning an investment of that computer as it is quite powerful and you can have it with a blu-ray. It is also looks really nice. The only disadvantage I can see is that it comes with Windows Vista Home MCE. I would much rather use it with Linux MCE instead.

Please, any information is greatfully accepted.


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